Ranier Arms adds Fortis Mfg. Billet Receiver Set to inventory

The Fortis Mfg. License Billet Receiver Set uses an aluminum design. (Photo: Ranier Arms)

Ranier Arms announced the new Fortis Mfg. License Billet Receiver Set has finally launched and is up for grabs.

The License receiver set features a one piece billet design crafted from 7075 T6 billet aluminum and topped off with a mil-spec Type III Hard Coat Anodized finish. Offered in a mated set to ensure a perfect fit, the License boasts a flared magwell with serrations to offer shooters a better grip purchase.

Sporting a raised embossed logo on one side and a raised F’N shield on the other, the receiver set is outfitted with markings for a 45-degree safety lever. Rounding out the attributes is the oversized trigger guard, making the trigger more accessible when shooting with gloved hands.

The License features a raised embossed Fortis logo. (Photo: Ranier Arms)

The company said it intentionally held off on releasing the License to ensure the product was up to snuff.

“We intentionally waited to release our lower receiver. When the masses were releasing products that all looked similar, we were busy designing, testing, evaluating and then repeating the process until we got it just right,” the manufacturer said in a statement. “Truth, liberty, and justice for all isn’t just our Pledge of Allegiance, but it’s our LICENSE and civic duty to uphold all that’s great about our country.”

The License Billet Receiver Set is available at a special introductory price from Ranier Arms, retailing for a limited time for $375. Regular MSRP is $420.

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